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An Imam, a Pastor and a Rabbi prove that Love is greater than Hate

Pastor Steve Stone and Rabbi Micah Greenstein attended Jumuah prayers led by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi in Memphis, USA. This video captures a deeply emotional and moving commitment by Jewish and Christian leaders as they offer their love and support to grieving Muslims. Please share this video widely.

Infographic: The Case for Allah’s Existence

The Yaqeen Institute has published this Infographic to illustrate two major paths leading to belief in God. Both intuitive (via the spiritual heart) and rational (via the brain or intellect) must lead us to the only possible conclusion. God exists. We instinctively know this to be true, and the extraordinary balance of the natural world confirms this. 

Why this Muslim scholar is followed by millions

By Adamslist
“There is no quick fix for Islamophobia. We need to continuously and consistently promote the goodness, the tolerance, harmony and positive messages of Islam to prove that those minorities who are perpetrating crimes in the name of Islam are actually not following the true teachings of Islam.”

Three Christians and the Prophet of Islam

By Arshad Gamiet
“Remember that whenever believers of one faith treat believers of another faith with kindness and respect, they are also showing a courtesy to God, to Allah…”

Destructive effects of social media and gaming addiction

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
This is a timely warning from a professional Psychiatrist. He takes us on an imaginary journey through Cyberspace, to visit the real dangers faced by millions of internet users around the world. He warns that unless we use the internet wisely, we risk being drawn into its ‘darker side’ that undermines our spiritual and moral well-being. We risk losing our very humanity…

How to be a mindful Muslim

By The Yaqeen Institute.
“Muraqabah is more than just a state of Secular mindfulness. Muraqabah also includes the awareness of Allah (taqwa). It requires daily rigorous training to ensure that quiet contemplation cultivates constant Allah awareness.

Dealing with the errors of scholars and zealous followers

By Abu Aaliyah

“One of the most crucial rules of normative Sunni Islam states: ‘A condition for censuring wrongdoing is that the act being censured must be something whose blameworthiness is not merely known by means of ijtihad. Any matter that involves ijtihad cannot be a cause for censure.’1

It is usually expressed in this maxim: la inkar fi masa’il al-khilaf – ‘There is no censuring in matters of [legitimate] differing.’